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Old 08-26-2010, 06:23 PM
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Im due for new tires. The factory 265's look rediculiously small in the wheel wells. I want to go a bit bigger, make the truck look more balanced, you know what I mean. Does anyone now if 315/70R17's will fit under the stock suspension or will I need the 2" leveling kit. I would love to use 305's but there is just not that many of them out there. If anyone has a pic they are willing to post of their truck with 285's, 305's and 315's that would be awesome.
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Old 08-26-2010, 07:00 PM
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The 315 70 17's will fit but will also rub the corner of the front skirt and the back of the wheel well plastic, even if it's a 4x4. The leveling kit will help but on my truck I still had to trim the front skirt with a 4" lift installed.
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stock 275/65/20 wich is a 34" tire under a factory hight 4x4
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